Yea I don't care what the site looks like at all, but you would think they'd add some stuff to it. Content drives an audience. I'd be putting stuff up all the time. Even if its crap.
The NYC MCFC fan club stuff needs to go ASAP. They're A) killing themselves and B) shitting on the Third Rail.
Don't quite understand what you mean?
Are you indicating they should stop referencing MCFC on the NYCFC website or that there is a supporters group that is closely tied to MCFC that should stop operating?
The latter I would understand, but the former will not happen, as NYCFC and MCFC are closely tied, which is why you see quite a bit of NYCFC content on MCFC's website.
Also, MCFC's website has won design awards every year since it's current iteration was unveiled–I'm not sure why people think it to be awful.
I absolutely agree that they need to create and distribute more regular content, though.
Yeah. That's kinda lame. To be honest, when they first rolled out the site and I saw that, it kinda turned me off. The ManC thing came off way too forced between the initial commercial and all the Mad Hatter talk on the Supporter page. Took about two days to get over though, they're still NYC. And that's good enough for me.If you click on "Fans" it's a link to the Manchester City supporters, not NYCFC. That's what I'm talking about.
Ugh, I hope not. The MLS style is so bland and generic. It's like the style of website you often see in the UK where football teams haven't got the time or money to build their own websites so they just use a template design where the work has already been done for them and they just have to write the content (i.e. http://www.leytonorient.com/)
The MLS network ribbon has always been in the top of their site. Haven't even updated theirs as their logo isn't on it neither is orlando and the letters "ATL" like on the MLS website. The nycfc link on the MLS network ribbon on the nycfc website says "NYC" still lol.